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Local non-profit organizations are working during the coronavirus pandemic to help the most vulnerable among us.
While health care providers, businesses, government and individuals work hard to defeat the exponential growth of COVID-19, a group of Reno orthodontists hopes to leverage exponential growth differently.
While we are all braving this new world of social distancing, we asked our followers to share their ideas for staying connected.
As our community continues to adapt to the daily changes and challenges resulting from the Coronavirus, Catholic Charities of Northern Nevada continues to serve some of the area’s most vulnerable populations.
This Lenten season, perhaps we should not simply consider what to give up or abstain from, but rather how we can give back and enrich others. And not just during 40 days, but throughout the year.
Lack of access to nutritious food in downtown Reno is affecting the health of area residents. Businessman Shannon Dobbs saw the struggle first-hand and decided to do something about it – he decided to create an accessible, nonprofit grocery store in Reno’s food desert.
In part dedicated to a celebration of suffrage, the 4th annual Reno Women’s March happened Saturday, Jan. 18.
On Tuesday, Jan. 28, the Reno Events Center will transform into a hub where dozens of local service providers can help those facing homelessness find medical care, social services, housing aid, quality of life care and much more.